A balanced diet requires the consumption of macronutrients, in fact, they are the basis of a healthy diet. Macronutrients are represented by 3 large groups: carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. These 3 substances are responsible for energy intake and vital metabolic processes such as training of muscle tissue and DNA synthesis.
With the growing popularity ofahigher-protein diet, health and nutrition specialistshave dedicated themselves to investigating the effects of this diet on health, and especially on the myth about the influence of the high protein diet on kidney health.
Many people struggle creating realistic goals regardless of if they are trying to gain muscle or lose fat. You expect that if you eat healthy for week and exercise a few times that you should see changes and when that doesn’t happen you feel discouraged. Excess weight was not put on overnight and you shouldn’t expect it to come off quickly either and the same goes for putting on muscle.
Whether you are a construction worker 🚧, semi-driver 🚛, or just an always on the go person...finding a microwave to heat up your mealscan be a struggle. We wanted to test a product that a customer recommended to solve this problem and share it with you all: The Hot Logic!
Whether you are new to the world of tracking or you are a seasoned veteran - it never hurts to brush up on apps you might not be familiar with. Today, we are going to go through tracking aSignature Meal and aBuild-a-Meal on two of the most popular nutrition tracking apps.
This workshop includes information describing macronutrients, their function, and how to set them up to reach your goals. Join us for the presentation or stop out to our booth to say hi, learn about Midwest Meals, and win some great prizes!
Along with our two new meals this week comes back an oldie. If you’ve ordered with us in the past, you may remember a Chicken Guacamole Bowl that we used to make. If not, let me introduce you to our new version of ourChicken Guacamole Bowl!